A long-term research study is tracking the eulachon populations across Southeast Alaska to better understand and protect the species.
The RV park was purchased in 2013 from the Catholic Church and is currently awaiting an archeological study.
The Skagway Traditional Council is asking harvesters to avoid blue mussels until the population rebounds.
Skagway’s tribal government is working to control the spread of the invasive yellow toadflax plant species around town.
Only fully vaccinated travelers will be allowed to enter. Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, and Johnson & Johnson vaccines all meet the requirements.
Imagine a roadside with all the yarrow and fireweed and lupine replaced by invasive species. It’s a scenario the Skagway Traditional Council has been battling to prevent for the past six years.
For the last three to four years, the Skagway Traditional Council has been utilizing a relatively new type of science to study the fish.
Salmon in the Classroom lets kids follow the salmon life cycle, up close and personal.
Skagway students have been learning traditional Alaska Native games in preparation for the Junior Native Youth Olympics. The town’s new Native Youth Olympics club is part of a wider effort to develop more Native sports programs throughout Southeast Alaska.
Delia Commander, 64, of Oregon pleaded guilty on one count of embezzlement and must pay almost the entire sum of $297,731 in restitution to the council, according to the office of Alaska’s District Attorney.